Literature

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J. M. Aldrich1925New Diptera or two-winged flies in the United States National Museum
J. M. Aldrich1913Collecting notes from the Great Basin and adjoining territory (Dipt., Col.)
P. H. Arnaud1974Insects and a mite associated with stored Cannabis sativa Linnaeus
J. P. Baumberger1919A nutritional study of insects, with special reference to microorganisms and their substrata
J. B. Beavers, McGovern, T. P., Beroza, M., Sutton,1972Synthetic attractants for some dipteran species
J. Bequaert1942Carnus hemapterus Nitzsch, an ectoparasitic fly of birds, new to America (Diptera)
M. Bezzi1911Ditères suivi d'un Appendice sur les Diptères cavernicoles recueillis par le Dr Absolon dans les Balcans
M. Bezzi1907Ulteriori notizie sulla ditterofauna delle caverne
W. E. Bickley, Seek T. R.1975Insects in four Maryland marshes
D. Bilimek1867Fauna der Grotte Cacahuamilpa in Mexiko
W. E. Britton, Viereck H. L.1905Insects collected from the flowers of fruit trees and plants
R. J. Cannings1986Infestations of Carnus hemapterus Nitzsch (Diptera: Carnidae) in Northern Saw-whet Owl nests
R. J. Cannings1986Carnus hemapterus an avian nest parasite new to British Columbia
K. J. Capelle, Whitworth T. L.1973The distribution and avian hosts of Carnus hemapterus (Diptera: Milichiidae) in North America
M. D. Coffey1966Studies on the association of flies (Diptera) with dung in southeastern Washington
F. R. Cole1925Notes on the Diptera of Laguna Beach California
F. R. Cole1912Some Diptera of Laguna Beach
F. R. Cole, Lovett A. L.1921An annotated list of the Diptera (Flies) of Oregon
D. W. Coquillett1900Papers from the Harriman Alaska Expedition. IX. Entomological results (3): Diptera
D. W. Coquillett1900Report on a collection of dipterous insects from Puerto Rico
D. W. Coquillett1897Revision of the Tachinidae of America north of Mexico. A family of parasitic two-winged insects
C. H. Curran1930Report on the Diptera collected at the station for the study of insects, Harriman Interstate Park, N. Y
C. H. Curran1928Insects of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Diptera or two-winged flies
C. H. Curran1927A new species of Mallochiella (Diptera: Milichiidae)
H. C. Hallock, Parker L. B.1926Supplement to Smith's 1909 Diptera List
F. Hendel1911Über von Prof. J. M. Aldrich erhaltene und einige andere amerikanische Dipteren
E. A. Hicks1971Check-list and bibliography on the occurrence of insects in birds' nests. Supplement II
E. A. Hicks1962Check-list and bibliography on the occurrence of insects in birds' nests. Supplement I
C. W. Johnson1930A list of the insects fauna of Nantucket, Massachusetts
C. W. Johnson1925Fauna of New England. 15. List of the Diptera or two-winged flies
C. W. Johnson1914The dipteran fauna of Bermuda
C. W. Johnson1913Insects of Florida. I. Diptera
C. W. Johnson1910Diptera of New Jersey
C. W. Johnson1910Some additions to the Dipteran fauna of New England
C. W. Johnson1904A supplementary list of the Diptera of New Jersey
C. W. Johnson1895Diptera of Florida
D. S. Horning, Jr., Barr W. F.1970Insects of craters of the Moon National Monument Idaho
W. W. Judd1978Insects associated with flowering bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis L., at Fanshawe Lake, Ontario
G. F. Knowlton, Harmston F.1937Utah Diptera
G. F. Knowlton, Thomas W. L.1934Some Cache Valley Utah insects
G. D. Landau, Gaylor M. J.1987Observations on commensal Diptera (Milichiidae and Chloropidae) associated with spiders in Alabama
E. F. Legner1970Attraction of Hippelates eye gnats and other minute diptera to baits and man with considerations on competitive displacement by exotic non-problem species
G. D. Lloyd, Philip C. B.1966The "wingless" fly, Carnus hemapterus Nitzsch (Milichiidae), on hawk fledglings in Northern Utah
H. Loew1876Beschreibung neuer amerikanischer Dipteren
H. Loew1869Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena. Centurio octava
H. Loew1866Diptera Americae septentrionalis indigena
J. H. Poorbaugh, Anderson, J. R., Burger, J. F.1968The insect inhabitants of undisturbed cattle droppings in Northern California
R. E. Ryckman1953Diptera reared from barn owl nests
R. E. Ryckman, Ames C. T.1953Insects reared from cacti in Arizona
C. W. Sabrosky1963A new acalyptrate fly from the Tertiary Amber of Mexico (Diptera: Milichiidae)

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